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Anxiety 101: Calm The F*ck Down

Anxiety is a bitch. And Tusk understands that in the midst of it, calming the fuck down isn’t as easy as it sounds. So, here are four books to help quell the angst for the next time those feelings come ‘round.

By Angie Zubia

The Anxiety Toolkit 

by Dr. Alice Boyes

The Anxiety Toolkit is tailored to those who worry too much, take negative feedback personally, and are overly self-critical perfectionists who feel like a failure if they don’t live up to their own expectations.

The purpose of this book is to help you believe in and find peace within yourself in order to succeed in both your personal and professional life. 

Choose Calm: A Journal for Healing Anxiety, Breathing In, and Letting Go 

by Nadia Hayes

Choose Calm is an interactive self-help book that provides prompts to help you work through whatever is going on in your head.

Let Go: Release Yourself from Anxiety 

by Elizabeth Archer

Let Go has an accessible layout and enticing illustrations that will ease your mind and give you practical tips to help with your anxiety.

Anxiety & Panic Attacks: Their Cause and Cure 

by Robert Handly and Pauline Neff 

This book differs from the others in that it will tell you exactly why you’re feeling the way you are and provide you with methods to steer your mind in a different direction.

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